Using her beauty in order to overcome the challenges of an abusive childhood and financial disadvantages, egomaniacal Sarita Robinson interacts with some of the hip-hop underworld's most powerful players and turns dangerously vengeful when she is abandoned by her supporters. Original. 75,000 first printing.
I think it was a great read. It was different because the story was told from the Villian's point of view. Have you ever thought or said to someone what was she thinking? The book answers that question for you. It is also very interesting and the main character always keeps it jumping. I would recommend this book to everyone.
This book had me on the edge of my seat trying get to the end so i can no what happened. but when she die at the end my feelings was turly hurt cause i didn't think it would end that way. the book was good but in the end the author should have brought it a little better
Perhaps I just wasn't in tune with the slang used in the book, I'm not sure. While I enjoyed 75 of this book the rest was either slow or boring to me I gave it 2 stars because it seemed that towards the end of the book, the author just didn't know what to do with the main character. The story had potential to be better, but it just abruptly ended.